The Brighton office became part of the Group in 2009, although the origins can be traced back to 1955. The current team of highly experienced investment managers have worked together for many years and built a strong reputation for high-class professional service. We have developed close relationships with many local businesses, including accountants, solicitors and independent financial advisers. The office offers a comprehensive range of personal solutions to our clients, with expertise in the following areas:

  • portfolio management;
  • charity, trust and investment management for companies;
  • SIPP/pension fund management;
  • financial planning;
  • services for professional intermediaries.

We appreciate that our clients are individuals and we treat them as such. We place great emphasis on providing a friendly and professional service where clients are assured of advice that is tailored to their personal circumstances.

If you would like any further information or to discuss your own situation, please do not hesitate to contact us either by telephone or email.

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01273 667 220

Invicta House, Trafalgar Place, Brighton, BN1 4ZG

E: brighton[at]brewin[dot]co[dot]uk

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David Pegler

Head of Office

T: 01273 667 220


David Pegler joined Brewin Dolphin in September 2009 as Head of its new Brighton office after six years at UBS Wealth Management and 12 years at Cazenove. Previously, his responsibilities ranged from managing a team of account directors to portfolio construction and investment communications to UK private clients and intermediaries. He started his career as a trainee actuary and has more than 20 years of investment experience. Outside of work, David is a keen triathlete and cyclist.

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